World’s top-40-ranked golfers take a vacation this week, and it isn’t on the island of Bermuda as the elite players skip the event
0: Number of the world’s top-40-ranked players who will be competing this week at the PGA Tour’s Bermuda Championship, based on the latest Official World Golf Ranking. American Brendon Todd, who is No. 41 in the world and the defending champion, will be the highest-ranked player in the field when play begins Thursday at Port Royal Golf Course in Southampton. Only three other players in the top 60 – No. 54 Henrik Stenson, No. 56 Danny Willett and No. 59 Will Zalatoris – were expected to compete. The tournament will be the first PGA Tour event since the season restart in June to welcome spectators, capped at 500 per day.
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